Want to know more about the Christian Faith?
Join us on a Sunday morning for worship
Contact Revd Juliet Jensen, the vicar for more information
English Corner is every Wednesdays at 10 -11.30am during school term-time at St James Church. This is an informal free class for anyone who would like to practice their English, have some fun and make new friends.
For more information please contact Revd Juliet Jensen, the vicar, or simply turn up on a Wednesday
'God at Work' is on every Tuesday 1.00-1.30pm at Christ Church for workers in the Brunswick Square area who can take a lunch break. It provides a chance to be refreshed and to grow in faith.
Bring a craft activity with you, or come and learn something new.
Craft Club is held on every second and fourth Monday at 10.30am-noon at St James Church
Regular Bible Study and Courses are run throughout the year to learn together and encourage one another to grow in Christian faith
Meeting Place is every third Tuesday of the month at 10-11.30am.
Everyone is welcome to come along and meet new friends and learn something new, refreshments provided
A short service is held for residents and neighbours at Charter Court, Victoria St every first Monday of the month at 2.15pm
Social Events are held throughout the year and include Skittles, Concerts and Quizzes.
St James Parish Hall is a community facility on Upton Street, opposite St James City Farm which is available for community groups and for children’s parties.
If you have gifts or skills or time that you would like to offer please speak with Juliet or Pat.
If you would like to give financially to the work of this parish you can do this by a one off gift, by leaving a legacy or by regular giving through direct debit (Parish Giving Scheme), payroll giving, envelopes or collections at a Sunday Service.
Payable to St James and Christ Church PCC and put it in the collection plate or send it to The Treasurer, c/o St James Church, Upton Street, Gloucester, GL1 1JZ
Regular Direct Debit payments can be set up through the Parish Giving Scheme. If you are interested please ask the Parish Treasurer for more details
Payroll giving is a tax free way of giving regularly to the parish. Your gift is taken directly from your salary before tax is calculated. Speak to your employer if you would like to do this and contact the Parish Treasurer.
Weekly envelopes are available to put in the Sunday collection plate.
Gift Aid means that if you're a UK taxpayer, your gift will increase at no extra cost to you. Under the government Gift Aid scheme, the parish can reclaim the basic rate of tax on gifts by UK taxpayers. Please let the parish Treasurer know if you would like to Gift Aid your giving.